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Live Music By The Alternatives at the Casino Inn – June 24, 2017

Live Music by the “Alternatives” Band at the Casino Inn on Saturday, June 24, 2017 from 9pm to 1am. For additional info please contact Trish EMAIL HERE

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Come see us at the Casino Inn Bar & Grill! We have a full bar, pool tables, NFL Games and Lotto! We now have FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT DINNERS! The Casino Inn is located at 1155 Alpine Blvd. Alpine Ca 91901. (619) 445-9581

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Upcylcled Succulent Planter Class at Alpine Garden & Gifts – June 25, 2017


Create your own “Upcylcled Succulent Planter” on Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 10am at Alpine Garden and Gifts! Bring in your own recycled container to create your own succulent planter. Class starts at 10 a.m. with Coffee and breakfast and a short tutorial. Followed by creating your own unique succulent combination planter. Price starts at $25 depending on the size and scale of your planter. To RSVP or for more info please contact Kathy at 619-452-3535. Alpine Garden & Gifts is located at 2442 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901.

Electronics Recycling Event in Albertsons Parking Lot – June 24 & 25, 2017

Electronics Recycling Event in the Alpine Albertsons parking lot on June 24 & 25, 2017 from 9am to 4pm.  We accept TV’s, Computer Monitors, PC’s, Laptops, Servers, Tablets, Cables, Chargers, keyboards, Mice, Cell Phones & Accessories, Copiers, Scanners, Printers, Ink, Toner, Stereo Equipment, Li-Ion Batteries and Car Batteries, Medical Test Equipment & More! (Please see the list of items that are NOT ACCEPTED in the flyer below)  Hard drive destruction also provided free with drop off and paper shredding also available – $5 per file box. Albertsons is located at 2955 Alpine Blvd., Alpine Ca 91901.

Back in Time Vintage Emporium Item of the Week: Lazy Boy Loveseat 6-22-17

We get so many interesting things in the shop we decided to start sharing them! We hope you enjoy seeing them…..here’s the first.

This is a beautiful Lazy Boy small sofa or love seat.  It’s in PERFECT condition!  It’s about 66 inches wide by 3 feet deep and the back is 3 feet high.  Just right for that small-ish space.  Come in and take a look at it! P.S. Beginning this Sunday, June 25th, we will open on Sunday’s at 12 noon instead of 10 am.  Tuesday through Saturday we will continue to open at 10 am.

Back in Time Vintage Emporium

Ask for Bruce or Marion

2253 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901

(619) 722-4228

contact@backintimevintageemporium.com

 

*Have something to say? Leave a comment below in the comments section!

 

 

Barons Market Alpine Weekly Ad Specials: June 21-27, 2017

alpine_outside-barons-finishedOur Specials for the week of June 21-27, 2017. Limited quantity on some items. Not responsible for misprints. Barons Market is located at 1347 Tavern Rd. Alpine, Ca. 91901. (619)445-5600. Open Everyday 8 AM to 9 PM (except holidays) Barons Market is your neighborhood market. We carry a terrific selection of natural and specialty food at rock bottom prices. We are passionate about value and enthusiastic about passing great deals on to you. No gimmicks. Visit our website at www.baronsmarket.com

Fit4Mom Alpine SUMMER FITNESS SPECIAL 2017

Welcome to FIT4MOM Alpine!

 FIT4MOM® is the nation’s largest wellness company with programs exclusively and thoughtfully designed for moms.

If you are like us, you are trying to keep up with your kids, your house and your life! Our network of moms can help you keep everything in perspective. We are thousands of Moms´ behind our programs nationwide.

STROLLER STRIDES® FREE CLASS PASS

Stroller Strides® is the perfect workout option for any mom looking to get in great shape, but not leave their babe(s) behind. Many moms find themselves in the best shape of their lives after joining Stroller Strides!

✔ 60-Minute, full-body workout

✔ Exercise in nature

✔ Playgroups after every class

✔ Moms´ Night Out (monthly)

 

We have classes Monday/Wednesday at The Alpine Community Center at 9:30am and Fridays  at Boulder Oaks Park at 9:30am. To get your free class pass, please visit us at www.alpine.fit4mom.com

You can expect to hear from us soon after regarding scheduling, and what to bring to your first class.

WATCH VIDEO HERE OF OUR FIT4MOM ALPINE MOMS & KIDDOS! https://youtu.be/gLtN_hafSSE

SUMMER SPECIAL!!!! Get ONE MONTH FREE + 50% off the sign up fee.

OUR VILLAGE! Support. Connect. Empower. Make a difference. FIT4MOM and Stroller Strides is proud to offer “Our Village” and membership in Stroller Strides is not required. Be part of Our Village and meet other Alpine Families!

➖Following us on Social Media➖  Facebook: Fit4mom Alpine – Stroller Strides , Instagram: @fit4mom_alpine

Got Questions? Contact Sandy Herbert (619) 722-0190 or (619) 200-8263 or email sandyherbert@fit4mom.com

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Summer Home Maintenance Tips from THE FIX Construction Services

1-866-8-THEFIX (843349)   WWW.THEFIXSD.COM   THEFIXCSI@OUTLOOK.COM

Maintenance Tip #1: Exterior Paint Touch-Ups

This is a quick outdoor home maintenance tip that will give a boost to your home’s exterior appearance. Now that it’s warm enough to work outside, you can finally touch-up the paint on the outside of your home. If you can’t remember the exact color of your home, you can ask a paint professional at your local paint store to come out and help you find the perfect match. This can be a simple weekend summer home maintenance project to get you started on that home maintenance checklist.

 

Maintenance Tip #2: Wash Exterior Windows

Summer is the perfect time of year to wash your windows from the outside. This is one of those things that doesn’t get done very often, so you may need to use a little elbow grease to get your windows squeaky clean. Simply fill a bucket with hot soapy water and get scrubbing. If you wash your windows more than once a year, you may be able to get away with just using Windex, but a bucket of soapy water and a sponge will usually deliver the best results.

 

Maintenance Tip #3: Clean or Replace Window Screens

Washing your exterior windows won’t make much of a difference, if you don’t also wash your window screens. Take off all your window screens to your house and gently scrub them with hot soapy water. If your window screens are too filthy to be cleaned, you may just want to replace them.

 

Maintenance Tip #4: Clean Your Home’s Exterior

From stains to moss to bacteria, dingy roofs, siding and decks not only look poorly from the curb, but can also contribute to an array of other household problems and even shorten the lifespan of your home. While pressure washing can damage your home and lead to expensive repairs, soft washing is a safe, eco-friendly, biodegradable option that can boost curb appeal, increase energy savings and extend the lifespan of your home

 

Maintenance Tip #5: Reverse Ceiling Fans

It’s a good idea to reverse the direction of your ceiling fan during the summer so that it spins counter-clockwise. This pushes the air straight down, creating a nice breeze. To do so, shut off the fan and wait for the blades to come to a complete stop. Once everything is still, use a ladder or step stool to locate the direction switch, this will probably be on the side of the fan above the blades. Flip the switch in the opposite direction and then turn the fan back on.

 

Maintenance Tip #6: Clean Your Air Conditioner Filter

This summer home maintenance tip is essential to keeping cool. Every air conditioner has a filter that should be cleaned out every two weeks, especially if it is running at an all-time high. You can clean the filter of dust by washing with warm water or using a vacuum cleaner. If your air conditioner is newer, it may have a self-cleaning function.

 

Maintenance Tip #7: Check Your Furnace Filter

Getting tired of dust? We haven’t even scratched the surface. Your furnace has a filter and, just like your A/C unit, it needs to be cleaned. All you have to do is turn off power to the furnace and then locate the filter behind the service door. You may need to unscrew a panel or two. Remove the filter and give it a wash it if it is a reusable one. If the filter has a cardboard frame, you will need to replace it instead of washing it.

 

Maintenance Tip #8: Washing Machine Maintenance

Your washing machine is one of those appliances that needs some light maintenance every now and then. When your washer is not in use, inspect the seal between the door opening and the drum for areas of soil buildup or any stains. If you find any, you can clean it with a mixture of ¾ cup of chlorine bleach and a gallon of warm water. Wipe the area with the bleach/water solution and then let it sit for about 5 minutes. Now, wipe dry with a clean cloth, and let it air dry. This will remove any odors and keep your clothes from getting stained by dirt deposits inside the seal.

 

Maintenance Tip #9: Clean and Inspect the Patio, Driveway and Walkways

Another great summer home maintenance tip is to thoroughly clean your walkways and driveway. The key to cleaning a patio, driveway and walkway is to use a pressure washer. Before you get out your pressure washer however, it is a good idea to check these areas for cracks and weeds. Once you have inspected everything, get out that pressure washer and wash away everything that has been sitting on there for the past year.

Have Travertine? Think no maintenance is necessary? Every once in a while high traffic areas need to be cleaned on your travertine pavers. We at, Hello I Live Here, make our travertine part of our beginning summer cleaning program. High traffic areas and travertine near trees should be cleaned to keep the travertine beautiful. We use DuPont™ StoneTech® Professional Stone & Tile Cleaners. We simply follow the products directions, apply with a mop. If it’s a bad area, we use a more concentrated mixture. It’s not necessary to seal your travertine, but keeping high-traffic areas clean helps keep its beauty. Remember be responsible by reading bottle directions for proper disposal of empty containers and rules for dumping in your state.

 

Maintenance Tip #10: Wipe Down & Clean Baseboards

Baseboards are often overlooked when it comes to cleaning. It can be tough to muster up the energy to get on your hands and knees and clean the trim, but it is something you want to do at least once a year to keep dust and dirt from building up. A damp cloth and a little patience is all you need to clean up the trim around your home.

 

Maintenance Tip #11: Clean the Garbage Disposal and Dishwasher

This home maintenance tip isn’t necessarily just a summer chore. But it is important to clean out your garbage disposal and dishwasher every once in a while. You can easily clean out your garbage disposal by flushing it with hot water and some dish soap. To clean your dishwasher, you should add 2 cups of vinegar to the bottom of the machine and run the machine on low wash. You can also make your own garbage disposal refreshers.

 

Maintenance Tip #12: Hose Inspection

Inspect the hoses to your washer, dehumidifier, dishwasher, icemaker, toilets and refrigerator for any signs of leaks, cracking or wear and tear. You should replace these hoses once every 3-5 years, but it is important to regularly check for any signs of leaking.

 

Maintenance Tip #13: Attic and Basement Inspections

Attics can be claustrophobia-inducing, but you do have to brave those tight confines at least once a year. You want to check your attic for any indication of pests or insects, water leakage, mold or mildew, and turn off the lights to check for any sign of peeking daylight. You will also want to check your basement for any indication of pests or insects, water leakage, mold and mildew, as well.

 

Maintenance Tip #14: Rent a Dumpster Before You Remodel

Considering a bathroom remodel this summer? Be sure to rent a dumpster for all the drywall, tiling and other leftover debris. How big of a dumpster? Rob Robillard of “A Concord Carpenter” recommends using a 15 or 20 yard dumpster for an average-sized bathroom remodel and emphasizes having a plan in place to manage your remodeling debris. “You need to think about trash, you need to think about a dumpster: where you are going to put the dumpster. How are you going to get the trash from the bathroom into the dumpster?” If the dumpster is close enough to the house, you can set up a trash chute outside of a window that runs directly into the container. If the dumpster is near or on the street, you can use barrels to carry the trash out to the dumpster instead.

 

Have any other maintenance projects on your home maintenance checklist? Contact us today we are here to help.

The Fix Construction Services Inc. Alpine Ca

thefixcsi@outlook.com

www.thefixsd.com

1-866-8-THEFIX (843349)

Holt Travel and Other Alpine Businesses Nominated for San Diego’s BEST Poll

There’s a few of us local Businesses here in Alpine that were nominated for San Diego’s Best by the UT San Diego Readers’ Poll including Holt Travel & Tours, California Bank & Trust, Barons, Albertsons, and maybe others.  I didn’t have a chance to look at the whole list so there could be others on there.  You can vote at www.sdbestpoll.com from any zip code.  You can find Holt Travel & Tours listed under the “Shopping and Services” category, then under “Travel Agent”.  Last day to vote is June 26.  Thanks!

Submitted By: Linda Holt – Holt Travel & Tours 2241 W. Victoria Drive Alpine, CA  91901 619-445-9193 888-826-4658 www.HoltTravel.com CST # 2003503-40

Commercial Land Available for Development in Alpine – What Business Would YOU Like to See There?

CHANGES ARE COMING TO ALPINE! RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

The property at 2721-23 Alpine Blvd. (where the two run down houses are – MAP IT) was recently purchased and the new owners have asked Keller Williams Realty and Bob Petrich to lease the property.

We are asking the Alpine community for suggestions for new businesses to renovate and occupy the existing buildings or tear down the old and build something new. What would YOU LIKE TO SEE THERE?

You can reach Bob Petrich at 619-248-7012 or bobpetrich@gmail.com or leave your comment below in the comments section of this page 🙂

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Barons Market Backroom Beer Pairing to Feature Mike Hess Brews – June 21, 2017

Welcoming longer days and warmer nights, Barons Market announces an evening of perfectly paired food and brews. At its June 21 Backroom Beer Pairing, the family-owned community grocery store and Mike Hess Brewing will pour craft brews and serve summer appetizers at all seven Barons Market locations in Southern California. “When we picture summertime, we imagine friends and family enjoying food, drinks and good company outdoors in the place they call home,” says Barons Market’s Vice President of Marketing Rachel Shemirani. “We want to replicate that nostalgic, comfortable experience to kick off summer with a Barons twist. Best of all, all proceeds from this celebration go to organizations ensuring all our neighbors have enough food for healthy, active lives.” Barons’ Backroom Beer Pairings transform loading docks and stock rooms into food and local brew speakeasies. Friends will gather at their neighborhood store to sample Mike Hess brews paired with easy-to-replicate dishes made from the market’s selection of all-natural ingredients.

 

The warm-weather menu includes:

 

  • 8 West Orange Honey Wheat – Named for the highway to the sun-kissed Pacific shores of San Diego, 8 West is brewed with local orange peel and more than two pounds per barrel of pure California orange-blossom honey – paired with green goddess spring salad.
  • Grapefruit Solis IPA – Using only real fruit, this beer kicks it up a notch by taking an awesome San Diego-style IPA and pumping it full of citrusy grapefruit – paired with chicken curry skewers.
  • Hoptoitus IPA – Hints of pine, grass and citrus with a semi-dry finish, this beer is an award-winning classic – paired with blue cheese sliders.
  • Umbrix – Rich, deep, and intensely complex, the roasted malts give this ale flavors of coffee, chocolate and toffee, while the rye malt and generous hopping rate result in light spiciness – paired with Barons brownie à la mode.

 

Barons Market will donate 100 percent of proceeds from its San Diego locations to the San Diego Food Bank. In 2016, the local market raised more than $26,000 for local organizations through its Backroom Beer Pairings. To kick off a summer of food and fun, head to one of Barons Market’s seven Southern California locations from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on June 21. Tickets will sell out, so purchase yours for $15 today. To learn more about Barons Market and view a list of all Barons locations, please click here. To learn more about Hike Hess Brewing, visit mikehessbrewing.com.

 

BARONS MARKET carries a terrific selection of organic, natural and specialty food at rock bottom prices. Voted Best Grocery Store by San Diego CityBeat, Barons is passionate about value and enthusiastic about passing great deals on to you. Simply good food…simply good prices. http://www.baronsmarket.com

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